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Hey guys, my question is a twofer. I am looking for a good, solid, light weight AT tire that will still work the mud and handle sand and hard pack well and be fairly light also. I am running outlaws right now and really don't have a need for that particular tire.

Searching for a cab system for my 570 as well. Wanted to see what y'all would suggest or what is out there that I may not have seen yet. We are moving hunting properties back to the wide open, dusty west Texas area. I'd like a cab setup with a heater of some sort, so the wife doesn't freeze on the long runs to the blinds.

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I can't make a suggestion on the cab, but the Bighorn (or similar tread design) is a great all-terrain, "do it all" tire. I used them for several years with great success. I'm running Roctanes now and am really liking those so far.
 

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As for tires, take a look at ITP Terracross, a nice all-terrain tire that I think steers better than Bighorns. They don't last as long though.
 

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I've been running the Pro Comp Xtreme's and have had good luck, about 800 miles on them now with no tread wear to speak of, and hook up decent in mud. I won't go through the mud bogs with'em, but they do a good job for what we do. I have an Armor Tech cab on my '14 570, fits ok, but needs some sound deading and vents plugged up to seal off tight, but it is solid and does a good job. Btw, I have an extra Armor Tech roof that'll fit any 2010-14 midsize for sale if your interested.
 

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I've been running the Pro Comp Xtreme's and have had good luck, about 800 miles on them now with no tread wear to speak of, and hook up decent in mud. I won't go through the mud bogs with'em, but they do a good job for what we do. I have an Armor Tech cab on my '14 570, fits ok, but needs some sound deading and vents plugged up to seal off tight, but it is solid and does a good job. Btw, I have an extra Armor Tech roof that'll fit any 2010-14 midsize for sale if your interested.
Thanks for the info. Whatever tire I do buy needs to be fairly thick as well, mesquite thorns are hell on tires. I already have a custom roof with light bar on my 570. I will look into the armor tech cabs.


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